The Griffin of Edward III, from the Queen's Beasts, by Edward Bawden (© Estate of the Artist via the Government Art Collection)

The Griffin of Edward III, from the Queen's Beasts, by Edward Bawden (© Estate of the Artist via the Government Art Collection)

Illustration, by Eric Ravilious, for a later edition of the Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White. Wood engraving. UK, 1937.

Illustration, by Eric Ravilious, for a later edition of the Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White.

Eric Ravilious: engraving

Design by Eric Ravilious for the Prospectus of The Cornhill magazine, 1933 (wood engraving)

Wood engraving by Eric Ravilious from "Fifty Four Conceits" by Martin Armstrong, 1933

A lovely wood engraving from 1933 by Eric Ravilious - originally used in Martin Armstrong's book: 54 Concepts - and also on the opening page of our book.

"November" by Eric Ravilious. The wood engraving is taken from the "Almanack 1929" for the Lanston Monotype Corporation. Ravilious placed mythical figures relating to each month against his characteristic Sussex landscapes.

"November" by Eric Ravilious. The wood engraving is taken from the "Almanack for the Lanston Monotype Corporation. Ravilious placed mythical figures relating to each month against his characteristic Sussex landscapes.

'By Land, By Air, By Sea: Christmas Presents for Friends Abroad' (detail) by Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason, Piccadilly, London

'By Land, By Air, By Sea: Christmas Presents for Friends Abroad' (detail) by Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason, Piccadilly, London

"December" wood engraving by Eric Ravilious for the Kynoch Press, The Kynoch Press produced an annual notebook with decorations, which served as a showcase for their range of typefaces. Eric Ravilious was asked to design the 1933 production.

"Christmas Presents" - Twinings Tea advert, from Punch magazine, by Edward Bawden

One of a series of adverts done for Twinings Tea by Edward Bawden, set out by the Curwen Press and first shown in Punch magazine Bawden was one of the UK's best known illustrators of the century.

Edward Bawden,pamphlet for Fortnum and Mason's,Alphabet of Illustrators

Brochure spread from "The Delectable History of Fortnum & Mason" by English artist & printmaker Edward Bawden via animalarium

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"Easter is Early this Year" illustration by Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason, Piccadilly, London

A set of Edward Bawden Gilbey's Gin coasters from 1954 (via Tanner & Lawson)

A set of Edward Bawden Gilbey's Gin coasters from 1954 (via Tanner & Lawson)

Entertaining a la carte: Edward Bawden and Fortnum & Mason. One for the wish list!

Mainstone Press - Entertaining a la carte: Edward Bawden and Fortnum & Mason

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